Why do a 3D functional movement scan?

3D functional movement scans are an essential part of rehabilitation as they form an objective rather than subjective foundation of each individual that can easily be transferred between clinicians during a rehabilitation program.

Any good trainer will work on posture and function before loading so tracking this will keep active living fun and pain free.

It is commonplace to get annual baseline scans to ensure the client has a true foundation to return to in the unfortunate scenario of a fall or injury.

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Founder and CEO

The 3D functional movement scan

Fantastic visualisation for your journey

Quick scan

Just a few minutes for a complete assessment


Objective images for you and your clinician

MoovmentPro Dashboard

Powerful 3D visualisation of each scan

Objective rehabilitation

Real tracking that supports remote recovery

Frequently asked questions

How it works and what the numbers mean

Global Wellness Tracking use MoovmentScan to assess functional movement through 6 simple movement patterns. The assessment is ideal for injury prevention, rehabilitation and overall wellness.

3D functional movement scanning is non-intrusive and is completed under GPTQA controlled conditions with an accredited professional available in preparation. The actual scan is done in private.

MoovmentScan takes approximately 6-8 minutes and the movement patterns are recorded with the very latest 3D camera, allowing reliable and accurate assessment of functional movement for prehab, rehab and general physical management.

This scan will provide you with the following results:

  • 3D visualisation of functional movement
  • Simple summary report of movement patterns
  • Detailed report of limitation, patterns and agility in posture and balance
  • Surveys on pain and discomfort
  • Resources for corrective application

Standing Posture

  • Head shift | ± 3cm
  • Should shift | ± 2cm
  • Hips shift | ± 2cm


Side Bending

Fingertip top floor distance

  • Maintain | <30% of body height
  • Improve | >30% of body height


Double Leg Squat

Shoulders and hips

  • Optimal | Straight line of movement with maximum 2° shift


  • Green | Optimal
    • <8° inward
    • <15° outward
  • Yellow | Within normal variation
    • <8 – 15° inward
    • <15 – 20° outward
  • Red | Need for improvement
    • >15° inward
    • >20° outward


Single Leg Squat

Shoulders and hips

  • Optimal | Straight line of movement with maximum 2° shift


  • Green | Optimal
    • <8° inward
  • Yellow | Within normal variation
    • <8 – 15° inward
  • Red | Need for improvement
    • >15° inward

Preparing for a 3d full body scan

Watch this video explaining how to prepare for your GPTQA 3D full body scan appointment